1 - the OS must support some facility for monitoring this. BBSA can track any change made through BBSA, but if the change is made outside BBSA, the OS must provide the tracking. BBSA can view the logs of the OS logging facility.
2 - yes this is possible. depending on the db though, changing the IP should be ok btw...
3 - if you can script the reboot option you can have it boot however you want. as far a viewing it - bbsa is not interactive so you will not beable to watch the console.
4 - bbsa is performing native OS actions - so any event IDs, etc will show up as whatever they normally would be.
5 - all actions against the server are seen in the rscd log on the target, including nsh. look in the 'server activity' reports to see this data in bdssa.
Thank you so much for answers.
For Q 1,
I am aware we can achieve through extended object. If you have any sample document for how to fetch report out of OS logging ( Event Log), Can you please share with me ?
I want to put more light on question 2 i.e Changing IP address during provisioning.
Here customer clearly telling changing IP address after installation of Oracle Application as post provisioning task is not acceptable.
So I am just planning to change IP address before run of Post provisioning. Is it possible? if possible will server get disconnected from Provisioning VLAN? In this case how we can handle?
i don't have anything handy to parse the event viewer - you could search this community for 'logparser' or 'eventviewer' - i think some other folks have written some EOs to do what you want.
i think you need to set the right ip in the system package and that should get applied after the install is complete, and it would keep your prov vlan ip during the build - that might work differently for each os so test it out.
how do you cut over the vlans - is it a physical change or can you change a configuration in the switch? how long does this take?
regard to above, is there a way to track changes made to a user in BBSA?
must be something obvious, may be i'm skipping it
track changes to a BBSA user, or an OS user ?